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INDES 172 - Interior Design Studio II


5 CR

Continued development of skills and design processes introduced in INDES 171 Interior Design Studio 2. Students apply design processes and theories to basic interior design projects, as they learn additional graphic tools, techniques, and standards for effective design communication.

Prerequisite(s): INDES 171  with a C- (1.7) or better.

Course Outcomes
  • Apply and discuss the elements and principles of design to shape interior space and human experience, both visually and volumetrically.
  • Use the design process to define and organize interior space and form, in response to a design intent and fundamental programmatic needs.
  • Create conceptual sketches and study models of interior design solutions using conventional and digital techniques.
  • Create orthographic scale drawings and perspective views using precision tools to accurately represent spatial solutions with appropriate graphic standards.
  • Visually and verbally communicate design ideas using drawings, models, and appropriate terminology.
  • Apply fundamental visual communication tools and methods in the conceptual phases of the interior design process.


GenEd Outcomes: Communication
  • Visual


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